In particular, the update focuses on upgrading defenses to Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, and also makes several changes to username and password verification.
Finally, it features updates that adjust how PCs store and manage files.
While the update looks great on paper, it is actually a lot more disappointing, at least according to some Windows 10 fans.
For those who don't know, the Windows Start menu is one of the fundamental pillars of the operating system. Allows fans to access your variety of programs, system settings and more.
According to some Windows 10 users, KB4517389 is causing a critical error when using the Start Menu, preventing them from using it correctly.
Discussing the issue, a Microsoft fan said: “KB4524147 originally caused a critical error using the Start Menu AND prevented my printer from printing. The latter was because of some confusion with the print spooler. I uninstalled KB4524147 and both problems disappeared.
“This morning, I updated with KB4517389. The printer seems to work, BUT I get a critical error when using the Start Menu.
"I suppose I need to uninstall KB4517389?"
Another post: "Holy shit, they (Microsoft) are really ignoring Search and Start Menu issues."
A third stated: “The broken Start menu is October 3, 2019 – KB4524147 and October 8, 2019 – KB4517389.
"I also removed September 26, 2019 – KB4517211 because it broke the print (which was supposedly corrected)".
Microsoft has not yet recognized any problems with your KB4517389 patch. A post on the company's support page that discusses the update says "You are currently unaware of any issues."
For now, it is recommended that anyone who has errors trying to use the Start Menu uninstall KB4517389 until a fix is released.